What do people talk about when they talk about mindfulness? Find out the answer to this question & more in the first installment of our 2-part podcast special.
Want to curb your social media habit? Behavioral psychologist Adam Alter explains how you can beat digital addiction and ease off on those Netflix binges.
We talk with author Rachel Hills about sex, Disney movies and how to not let sex make you anxious — which, in her view, is a major societal problem.
David Allen, Vishen Lakhiani, Arianna Huffington, and plenty more. If you missed an episode, this is your shot to get the most powerful bits and bites of wisdom from our favorite Blinkist Podcasts of 2016!
We turn to great nonfiction and mythbust sleep and digital devices, gratitude journals, power posing, and email, asking is that even a thing?
TED speaker, author, and behavioral economist Dan Ariely on human behavior, why we're so unpredictable, motivation, and much more.
Get an intimate understanding of outsourcing, optimizing & automating everything—and which important things you absolutely must take care of yourself.
Denise Lee Yohn, author of What Great Brands Do, on why all great branding starts on the inside and how to make sure your brand is successful.
Are you constantly distracted at work? Get top tips on how to focus from Cal Newport, author of Deep Work, So Good They Can't Ignore You and many more.
The CEO of Mindvalley talks to Blinkist about rule-breaking, personal innovation, and how to optimize everything.
Former Boxing Middleweight Champion of the World Andy Lee talks about success, training, and what it takes to be a world champion.
Are there things that make certain people preternaturally more likely to be great athletes? The answer is surprising.
David Burkus, author of The Myths of Creativity, shares new research on creativity, reveals the myths we all believe, and talks creative incubation.
Learn about serendipity, penicillin, and new technologies that can change the way that we invent things.
Arianna Huffinton, Huff Post Editor in Chief, on how we're working too hard, sleeping too little, and not nourishing ourselves—and how sleep can help.